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John Carter's BBSqueeze and with the othe PBFSqueeze, which as Fat Tails mentions is not a "squeeze" at all. The concept of a "zero line" combined indicator is something that I've used for a while. So those other "squeeze" that arent squeeze indicators are designed on the same zero line concept...but don't actually "squeeze" I would suggest, especially on the gaussian filter element that you open the code using the "edit" feature. Take a look at the gaussian filters, they are all fib based and there are four of them being used. I think they are (8,21) (13,34) (21,55) (34,89).
So what do you mean when you say,"How does it work?" It works great for me....but I think you are asking what "math" is displaying and why? I don't think you mean, How do I trade this?
Anyway, there might be some docs laying around that I could reference if I knew what specifically you are asking.
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get better at understanding how you communicate. That means that I appreciate you more, not only for what you contribute but for the how and why of it as well.
I just noticed that your "clasification" on futures.io (formerly BMT) is "vendor". I believe that is new? The point being that I'd be interested in knowing about anything that you believed worty of sale...especially with your fingerprints on it.
Could you link me please? DB
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@wldman: This assembly cannot be imported, there is a reference missing to the NameSpace "SqueezeStyleB". You can edit your tracefile under My Documents / NinjaTrader 7/ trace and it will show the problem.
@Zondor: This assembly cannot be installed on other PCs than your own.
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LOL. Writing free indicators has nothing to do with a vendor status. Imagine that your wife earns money by running a restaurant. But at home she cooks for you and you don't have to pay ....
Here is a simple version of the Bollinger Band Squeeze indicator, which basically compares directional volatility (variance) to non-directional volatility (average range). The default setting uses 1.5 simple ranges and 2.0 standard deviations to calculate the Keltner Channel and Bollinger Bands.
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